Research has shown that gender is not biological but a product of culture.
Teaching young children about the history of gender and offering them more options for identity expression would help to curb gendered stereotypes and sexism.
Happiness does not come solely from better marks.
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To close the gender gap in schools, we need to look at far more than just grades.
Testing times: online exams produce different results to paper ones.
Some countries experienced big changes when the global test of 15-year-olds moved from paper to online.
Too many students are struggling to make the grade.
A new OECD report has put the spotlight on countries where teenagers struggle in maths, reading and science.
Australian universities don’t currently do enough to prevent sexual violence.
A Canadian study has found that university women participating in a rape-prevention program involving "resistance training" were significantly less likely to be sexually assaulted in the next year.
Gender in schools isn’t just about boys vs girls.
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A new report by the OECD on achievement gaps between boys and girls ignores much previous research on gender.
Break up the fights early.
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Teenagers’ opinions about when violence is acceptable or not can be influenced by the way they perceive men and women and the relationships between them. Simply telling young people that violence is wrong…